Soon enough, it’ll be 2022, which means good riddance to 2021 (a familiar refrain). The first day of a new year requires hearty brunch food, good luck dishes (lots of black-eyed peas), and some mimosas for those who may have partied way too hard on New Year’s Eve and/or are seeking to start the new year on the right foot. From black-eyed peas at William Chris Vineyards to chicken and waffles at Sixth and Waller, here are the hangover brunches your body needs to have you feeling ’22.
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